This Week, Mark Fogarty (Fairfax Media/Auto Action) and Gordon Lomas (Speedcafe) discuss policy on the run, if the cost of the New Gen car is it coming down, Is the time right to talk about returning overseas, and will it be at the expense of Australian Races? Also they preview the Tassie event.
On the Monroe White Flag Lap, Phil Keed from Lockwood Racing explains how a Chief Engineer manages his teams tyre bank.
Tom Worsley (Tom Worsley Media) and Garry O’Brien (Auto Action) discuss the first V8 Supercar win for Volvo, Where was ford? If you win 3 from 4 shouldn’t you at least be on the podium if you finish all of them? and does the AGP being a points race require Speed to obtain the Cable TV F1 broadcast rights?
On this weeks Monroe Shock Absorbers White Flag Lap, Kevin Fitzsimons, explains Tyre Banks in V8 Supercars.
This week, Sam Reid (Sam Reid Motor Sport) and Andrew Hawkins (Speed TV) look at the AGP races, Dunlop series – with 30 cars is it time to split the beginners from the front runners?
Scotty’s F word, is that the Jim Richards A**holes call of the generation? And how long can Volvo milk it?
How important are wild cards to this year’s Bathurst? and V8SC push to help new track developments, is this the biggest policy shift in the company’s history?
On this weeks Monroe Shock Absorbers white flag lap, Peter Jamison from Red Bull racing talks about the 2015 TV Deal.